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l I'wo Dollai'M it Vtmr, l"tvtslIo lu Advuiico. ns 11 f iivu.r.nv;. i ...... '. h i r tr.s, one insertion. . .11. no km i . ilm-'.uriu insertion, C'li n!r, for luret months and upwards, will i. i in .lit following tahlt: I ttar Jli.ixi S'l.lHI JS.IMI :!i.co 411. on in. On ;;..ofi ID 1.1)0 ' 'l.a . tutrt a.;ii-res Tatt 'u.r a Ftas muarea vmh coin an ),,.-. .'f equina 'f r' 1 rths column. . '' -in y-s il Naticci, !0 ctuta per line ejeh iu .'Hie lin advance . I' KHZ SeTiTu S E 1 kno:: wi.i.t:. tknn'., ,iau:s m:r.L, l'lioi-u. i a..4 t V' -tt tltct, well tur- ...ini, a-.-i . in',1 i. ! ''iiiiuit i"l cunveui- il l 1 I'-l-M' ilME Foil r 1 l.'.ii tint A West to get Cia.sr. olTif VtlK IUTIXK IIOUKU N v xilVll.J i:. 1 KNNKS.-'KK. J i Itt'J tlit Hot,-1 iMuly tion tht . ii i.-, and will li.'iici-luiili cK.Jirt vi, f.. 1 . wi . riv.-l style. f . iii v.. of fie 1 uMio generall. , mi I 01 w, i'u.f .i l" u: i' i larlv, who h lwl . .:, .1 1 ! ., . ni.-fi.ll..- tullcittd. I li.l 1. ..i - ! "" ) " !. ' 1. , .r -ctil iril.. .In- uhovt that I , 1 . llollie to Oi lirnil ml'u.. ; i l .; ii tlit iMitiui uliii-li I liv ; 1 t .- il int i" tliit ' ' 1 ili-nin to tm'ltr a. iMnLi'im l kind witliv 10 nil liiin U, nJ - 1 nitiy n.tmil u coutinuiition of their ill ,fr 10 iu. tiiertitnr, M out who will inuke i...ir tttf witli him cniiifmt'ihle in evrjf rt -p.t. jjIS-tf J.K.STVKV. T. U. W. .t4:KOKKV. ATTOHJIIY AND SOLICITOR, Madison ville Tcnn. rlM. I'lACTl' K IS KOANK, MONIloK, M l I ;o ,vn I t ljoininioiii.tirn. rniin.t in. , .euiotlit lolle.'tioa of ll cUii.n, rimtiiuiiot of uii either in 1 ircuit or ' .. ii. tit 1 ouru. fel9 ljr STKFJIKSS, FI.YXX it CO., General Commission Merchants, Fornyth Stnrt, V t I m u t u , (Jcore'11' ..m:'j.'i;iiiii SolvUfd 'tnd retvrnsrvvi)it- . ''IIARLKS A CO., . ,. .Mil v-'i: DF.ALKKS Sit ' iH)S MEKCIIAXTS, luKKT, ATLANTA, OK0K0IA. r- I hv I'. Vtui.nv, t Sweetwuter, Te nn -1 ill t'lrunceii oil all shipment .k. M,,")N.S!.1.I. lUClillTKIl -'.liK MILL INK US, ..' "p;'Osit !'A rL'fcS orfU'c) . . . . i... TKNN. ' .;iii' furnish i- ,' i.i, h:tml. r' 1' .;!,.! S'f.'lv UoUt. Wil.l..irr. M'lHtlWK K ruby & McPherson, 'A' IkiIp-uIi- ihxI iti'tuil , I 'lVI't, T LA NT V, (iK'ilK'.T.V. ilA'f-i of lliiltcr, nii'l 1'rniliirt 1 ., noliiiteil. jfiO'iMjr on Male and Female SCHOOL f. f '-4 S .r'. r t!, HiMii'riiiten.leucc of . . W. II C'UAWFOUD, AHrinted by .. -.!;!.(.' i IT. :. koi;f.i:tson ; , : i r. i,. cu.nvroitD. iyt,"l H" purlieu I mi", nldretii the I'riw'ipiil t it,: .1, 1'olk Co., Ten.) nug'.M-ly RAXK BOGAKT, M.D. SWKETWATKR, T K N N., TILL rlevota his entire attention to the practice of medicine iu itn rarioua liirtiient. noT3 'G7 9 tf. TRIUMPH A.NT! lioQ 17 Gold and Silver Medals WV wrded to ( HAS. M. STIEKF, for the hirnt I'UNOSover 14 .lilTercnt nmkert of New York, B iltiinort anil lloston umnufmlurcrti. OlEct nd New Wire-Uooraii, No. 9 North Liber ty Street, iihove Baltimore Street, llultimoro, 11(1. THK ft'l'IKFFS PIANOS . ..ill mi 1I1 t ie latent ininroreinentii to be found ii'Ki-iUsn I'm no, with ml'lilionnt i ;n n ive-K- of Mri own invrntion, not to be found In ,iei i nil m iiicain. The tote, touch nnd tiuinJi . hiii ia-tmnientt cannot be excelled by any ajfiotiired. I lari;e MHortment of nccond hand Pianos al lit in htn I, from $7'i to i.WD. t, lr ad Cliuroh Organi, noino 20 different tyl n Kand, from .Ml and upwards. St ml ' Illustrated Catalogue, containing tht aam 1 )'r 1,000 Southerners (fi(i)of which rt i i -,) wlu hae hought the Htittt I'i ano tit t he clott of tqt war, apZly GEORGIA HOTEL, DaHou, Georgia. Or. II. 13. HHOW, Prop'r. 'PHIS HOUSE it located immediately on the J. aidtoftht Itailroad, at the South end of tat Patttager Depot. It it kept in firrt-rxte ttylt, and warranted to gift tattifaction to the ttt faatidioua. jan.ll-tf N. I, MAYES, DENTIST wMiwatrr, Teaatttte. DEVOTES hit entirt attentitn to tht practice of Dtntittry. VJ- Iniurtt latiifaetitn, and ebarget to tuit tht dull timet. Job Printing Ttilj dono at tbe ofCco of tbe Sweet- .1 root a luua j.'.IIO ts.ou K.IHI IV0 11.00 1 6. .Ml 1 1. H i in. ml ls.-iu i.Vuil ?.'..')'J Ci," Ilii.ft') .VI.imi (ll. 1.1 oii.ijO 1 IJLJJJ k3 W .IOjJDj 1 W i 1 Hill JJJ1 n I VOL V. l B.x..m;t. N. I- Mavta II O li ART Si .11 AY KM, Druggists and Booksellers W K KT W AT K R, T KX X. ye. have .irsT bkpi.es isiied n'n Vi S10. V of (iuud, ami havt now fur talt vhrap fur Ctab, A NICK ASSOUTMKXT OF PURE DRUGS, .if ; 7A7.X UYi: STCFFS, r.axrs, oir.s: roiiAfco AXl SFGAKS, "ALL KINTS OK Fancy Toilet Articles, IIJi-ly icriuniolIoiii, HAIIt OILS, HANUKi.i'iCiiii:r i:xti:acts, A)t su aorimcnt of HOOKS Sc ST A l URY CoiiHistiny of all kintlH uf School, Litcrury ninl Misofllauoous. FIXE FllEXCH PAl'KU AND EX. YELOl'ES. Visit iK Curtis, Tom Thumb Nolo Papt-r, Initial Taper ami Knvclopcs, PICTURES OF ALL A.V'.S' ASH SIZES, AS' I) PICTURE FRAMES TO SUIT ALL HIOTOGRAni ALBUMS, c, &c., Anil, in f;ict, nlinoat everything that is kept it) a l'ruj; anJ Hnuk Stnre. Wti can, o thin!!, offer iinlut'Ctiients to Imv yonils fniin un. (Jivo us a triul an tf.it iiur piiiie.". Any IJuok, or other articlo in our line, (irdereil we can fiirniih in 24 hours. IKRiART k ilAVF.S. Jinol-tf IXTr-KIVV. l IltST ritlZE MEDilM AWAKUED THE Gil EAT 5 iCTll i: I! N PIANO MANCFACTOHY. Wm. SHASE & CO., Matnfactiirera of GRAND SQUA11E k I'l'IlKiHT Piano o r t e s, Haltimude, Mu. These Tnntrumenta hiivc been before the pub lic nearly Thirty Venrn, and upon their eictl li in e alone attHincil nn I unpurclianed iirc-eini-nence, wliich proiiounccs them unciMinled, ill TONE, TOUCH, WORKMANSHIP AND DURABILITY. tjAU our P(ii:ire Pianos have our New Im prufed Ovirsiki Kt'Al.E and the Alliums 1 Kl lll.K. Jf ;JtVe wiiulil ell pei ial nttention to our late I'auntid Iniprovemeiiis in tlraml Piunot and S.iinri' (iriunls, foiiml in no other Pinnu, which hrinj tho Piiiuo nearer 1 . i lection thill) hiw jet liemi attniilcd. KVKKV PIANO Kl l.l.TW AIIIU T' II I' !! "Vf. TKAKK. tf"We are by special nnanecnieiit enabled to I'urniiih Parlor Oipiint and Mrlodooin of the most celebrated makers, Wholciialc and Hetail at lowest Factory Prices. llliirtriited CatnloBuca and Price Lists prompt ly furnished on application to VM. KN.VP.E A CO., rialtiinnre, Md., Or any of our regular entubliahed p;eiicica. oit'iti-lv BOLIVAR MALE AM FEMALE ACADEMY, MADISONYILLE, TEXX. THE EXEBClSESnf this lniititution will begin its next session the first Mun luy in Sep tember, under Prof. It. II. ltiiin-e.i , who has had charge uf the Female School fur the past five years, latin, (ireck, the Sciences, Higher Matheniniii.'s, llelles Letters and n thoroii.'h Eiuliib Primary course will be taught. Entire sstisfact ion is assured to all patrons, from the tucrvss of Prof, llanisey and his popularity us an Instructor nnd Disciplinarian. Hoard can he obtained at the uauul prices. 1SATES OP tuitiom: Pritnnry, 5 Months, $10.00 Intermediate, 5 Months, $12.50 AJvuuccd, 5 Months, $15.00 Dr. Joseph TTptos, PrWt. Board Trunteoa. JOHN IT. lliU'E. r. H1I.LEH HOPE & MILLER, Watchmakers and Jewelers DEALERS. IN WaicUta, Cltcka, Jewelrr aad SIlTer Flnted Ware, WE Respectfully call the attention of the citi zeu.i uf Kast Tennessee, to our splendid Stock of Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, Table Cutlery ut the Finest Quality. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry &c, Repaired on shor Notioe on the most Reasonable terms. IC? All work done by Experienced Workmen and Warrantcd.Dl Don't fail to call and see ut when yon visit the Cit'' HOPE it MILLER, 0 AY STREET, sm ikior above tht entranct to 1st Baptist Church, Knoxvillo, Tennessee. nntI4 9 tf Business Cards, Of tnj character, neatly executed tt the E5TF.rR!I Offi(. THE ENTERPRISE. Swee twatpr. Thursday, Feb. 22, 1872. What Farmers Need. What farmers need would ha a long Btory to toll. The) Crat thing ia grenter eiilhiiia.-in in thair profeaaiau. Farrneri generally place too low aa estimate on their calling; they judge of it from iti couiruerciul relations alone. Seeing merchants, lawyora, middlumen, getting money rapidly, making fortunes in a single neanon, they bewail the nlow pro gress to wealth their avocation compels, lint is thoro nothing de.sirablo but mon ey ? The tvathotioal possibilities of the educated farmer aro beyond those of any other profession. P.ead Irving's sketch of ' Rural Life in England, ' or White head's "Pnstural," and tay if any picture the artist ever placed on canvass equals those duscribed by these writers. How ever tin farmer may be placed, or wher ever, ho has in his hands the moans to touch hero and thero the tmnvaus, and make it more beautiful as the years go on. Tho farmor should possess his fao simile with on artist's aspirations, aud change and beuutify it, making it to "bud and blossom an the rose." A group of tress, a singlo tree, will change the laud -raise it sometimes from inanity to au almost speaking intelligence. Who has ever planted a tree and has not folt an intercut in its growth beyond that of trees planted by others? If a fruit tree, has he not watched daily the develop metit of tho fruit from flower to full rip ened richness, and when at last, full of the summer's sun aud dew and rain, it has fallen to the ground, has he not tak en it carefully up, exhibited it to others, and waited many days with a sort of fondness asking to relationship before sacrificing it on the alter of taste ? An applo on the bough is moro than an ap ple to him who planted, tended and saw it through infancy, youth and age. Whon tho farmer considers that ho owo.s more to tho farm than that docs to him, he will begin to be worthy of it. It tcachsH K.sVi'i c. It will givo, but it must also receive, and its giving will be in proportion to its receiving, with this dif ferencethat it takes our crude g:fts and changes them into refined, and re turns them "things of beauty." It will have us nsar; will havo our care and sympathy. The farm teaches in!r;rih. No shams ullowud here; what you do lou.st be well dono ; you must sow good siied ; you can not gi t figs for thistles. You may cheat youraolf, your neighbors, but you cannot deceive tlio farm. When tho farmer learns these things, he is better than money can make him. Tlio fanner needs pir.-vrranit! in n v ell considered plan. If a dairvinan, let him follow daring through to its complete triumph. If mixed husbandry is a tpe- ciality (and it is a good one J then fol low that, without that unstableness often witnessed. Wo see, for instance, that when wool is a paying crop tho whole attention w ill bo given to sheep; a re verse eomes, and then "pelting" will bo the order of the day. Now, when pork is at low obb, many farmers are making small provision for a future crop, and the result will be no hogs, or few, for sale whon prices are remunerative. Tho same is truo of horses, a large crop and a small demand; and too little attention to breeding such as will pay is the re suit. Convention ot Fanners. Tin subjoined resolutions will explain themselves. They were unanimously adopted hy the Board of Directors of the Eastern Eivi.tion Fair at the meeting of tlio 17th itist. This is an impoiUnt move ment, and will acconip!ili good. Noduubt the President will issue his call at once: Resolved, That we regard it as emi nently proper that a convention of farmers should bo held in this city at an early day, say on the first Tuesday in May next: Resolved, That the President of this Association be empowered, and hereby authorized, to issue a call fur such a con vention immediately, and that ho request each county iu East Tennessee to tend a a many delegates they may choose to attend said Convention on the first Thursday in May next. Resolved, That tho President bo au thorized to appoint five members of this Board whose duty it shall be to prepare a prograoimo for the occasion, setting forth such topics for discussion and action as may be deemod of importance, and to make such arrangements for said Conven tion as may be deemed necessary. The President appointed the following gentlemen on said committee: P. Dickinson, II. Nicholson, Jna. S. Boyd. Adrian Terry and W. R. Tuttle. (3. W. Charlenton, Sec, Ac. Knoxville, Teun., Feb. 8, 1S72. One day, at Lake George, a party of gentlemen strolled among the beautiful island on tho hike, fishing, with bad luok, espied a little fellow with a red shirt and a straw hat, dangling a line over the side of a boat. 'Halloo, my boy," said one of them, "what are you doing V "FishiDg," came the answer. "Well, of course," said the gontlomao, "hut what do you catohl" "Fish, you fool; what do you sup pose 1" An old lady once remarked, that every calamity that happened to hersolf was a trial; but every one that happened to her friends was a judgment. "Whnt ft differ ence it makes which end of au opera- b'lass tte h& through ! OUU LIllKltriEH AVK A IN SWEETWATER, TENN., THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1872. LOVED TO DEATH. A New Year's Temperance. Story BY SKI) Bl'STMNE. "Charles, will you do mo a great fav or It was Irene flray who thus addressed ' .... her only brother, a Cue, munly-looking young man, whoso dress and carriage told his position to be that uf a gnutlu man iu the common acceptation uf the term. It was the day before tho New Year holiday of lh'l). "Yes dear sister, if iu my power. You know it is ever a joy to me to add to your pleasures when I run. Vhat is it now ? Do you wish me as an escort to the thea ter or a ball ?" "No, t'ear brother, it is this. Do not make any New Year's calls to-morrow." "Heavens, Ircuo ! You astonish me. What possi'olo harm is t Imv in this dear old cUHtniu of viaitiiii: ..i.'s !.. !v fi ie:nln, aud wishing them a 1" N-'-' t : !' "Charles, do you iv, :u'.r ;;: condition you came, or rat Iter .'. ' y.,i; wi.rn liriimrlit hr.uiK 1-iuf Vi (W ll ill' : JHV, and the long, tcrriblo sickness which fol lowed ?" "No, sister; nor tho tender (are which most likely yaved my life, for you were the watcher by my side. lint. sweet olio I signed tho pludgo ut your request as soon as 1 got well. I havo kept it ever binPn fill T fl.l'l l.U Villi fi.nl tlnlt iiu 1 '! cuniacicr uuu my very juu t'oin uepeuu on my total abstienco from alcoholic drink." "Yes, Charles, jou signed, and so fur with Ood's help have kept tho pledge. Hut to-morrow will bo a day of terrible temptation. Wine and hot punches will tlii'jrnre many ft table where you would visit; fair lips will tempt you to taste, and "Stop one moment, dear Reno do you think any lady will auk me to breuk my pledged word?" "Cliai hs- you will find, even as 1 have found, umoi,g our acquaintances, tlriso who will laugh at what they term the folly of abstinetice, tho fanaticism of temperance. You will bo pressed to take but one glass hero, or oue thoro, and then alas you know as well aa I, that uppetite excited by a singlo drop will become again tho hjrtiuf, aud you are lost!" "Nonsense, darling sister! I am firm! I will make my usual calls and show thorn all that I am and will be a rut; it !" "Charles I tremble for tho result. At least promise mo not to go to tho house of yr. William Tiushop !" "Why sister of all places m,l to neg lect that is one. I don't think much of old Tiushop, for he is a whisky-bloat; but I love Flora and she loves inc. Wo ' gooa as engagcu now, ami were I not to call on her, it would seem like a cruel insult!" "Ah, Oharles, you know as well as I, that tho tables there will contain the deadly temptatiou.and that her father will laugh ut your scruples, and tLat sho, his pet and his hoiress, will have to concide in his views." "Yet for all that, nyhr, I will sti-k to my pludgo, for m keeping it. know i x-:- n -r. i.. tp t i , us an my vawiy. xi 1 I ' iu: 11, 1 -'jlli ; character, all that mnko !,,'.: wrrtii vie.. seK8ing, will go. Do not fenr I'm- me. I love you, and I will not swerve from the path you opened out to me when I lay upon my sick-bed." She said no more. She saw that ar gument was useless; nhe could but pray to her Heavenly Fattier to save the brother of her love from a drunknrds death. Ah, here conies a welcome visitor, Floo!" cried Mr. Tiushop, when Charles Grey entered his parlors early ou that New Year's Day. "Mr. Grey, I am glad to see you." "Charles, you are very, very welcome !" was tho warm tender greeting of Flora, as sho clasped his extended hand in both of hers. "Dear Flora, I came to wish you a happy New Year, and I never saw you look so lovely as now ! Oh, how beauti ful you are!" This was in a low tono, for Mr. Tin shop at that moment was busy ut the ta ble. Hocamo to them amoment after, with a silver salver in his hand. On it three glasses of sparkling wine stood but too visible. "Hore is to a hundred New Years as bright as this !" cried Mr. Tinshop, as Flora took up one glass, and ho another. "Hardly can we expect a hundred, but I will say many." said Flora with a smile. "Wliy, Charles, what is the matter ? You do not touch your glass," said Mr. Tinshop. "You are not sick ?" "No sir, but I signed the pledge about eleven months ago and have kept it ever since." "Pshaw, I did not dream that you were such a spoony. I believe you to be a jroung man of spirit and of manly independence. As such I have rejoiced to au apparent attachment springing tip between you and Flora. But if you are one who can sign away your own rights aud privileges and join in a fanatical crusade against the luxuries of life, I hope you will forget each other as soon as you can." This was spoken in a tone and with an expression which brought from Flora tearful look and word of remonstrance. "Oh, papa, do not ask me to forget him. Ho loves me." "Ifot eaought to even driut your 13 OUU ltICiIIXS WK AVII.T. MAIMTAIN. health on a day like this, when nil tlio ! world i.s rejoicing." Yes, yes he does," and now, Flora, with a look of unspeakable teudcrnoby, whis pered : "Dear Charlie, humor him. He is so Hill .Tllul il, in nrl.ia. fill .11 J ..IS' Ali,1 , ' . ' I know tout vou ure mure than bfnto mn. " Four lovo, Flora? Oh 1 would dit for you." And the young man, gazing into her eyes, no longer hesitated, Ho raised the glass, ho pledged her health, he wished her happiness. "Ah, that is courage," cried Mr. Tin shop. "I thought your manhood had not 1 erlshed. Now you suit me. I can't endure these milk -sops who call them selves toniperaneo nun. Tuke another glass C-taf lio and the color will come to your cheeks and tire to your cvc. Fill our glasses once inoro F!oo whilo we are in the humor." 'Oh, Charlie how Lind it was in you!" she said, as with his second glass emptied, she stood by his side, while it r father went to attctnl to the brewing of somepuuc'.i. "It was for your lore!" he murmured. "And sinco you rejoico I do not regret it. Will you excuse me now? I shall make but a fow calls, and then go home!" "Do not go homo, Charlie, but return hero to spend tho evening!" "I will, if you desiro it, dear Flora !" Ho was ''oue, and Flora now had her . .. bands full in receiving new visitors. "Papa, what has become of Charlie Grey? Ho has not been here since New Year's morning, and ho promised to come back that same evening !" It was Flora Tinshop who asked this question, mid it was the second week in January when slt asked it. "I heard to-day that ho was very sick dangerously ill!" said her father, un guardedly, for ho did not knuw how deeply It in daughter loved. "lltmijivuii?" she screamed. "Dan gerous, and I not near hiin. Oh, father, dear father, take me to his house instant ly. I shall die I shall dio, too, if ho dies !" Raving wildly, Flora hurried to dress for tho street, and taking no denial she forced liar father to escort her to the residence of the widow Grey. Trembling from head to foot, father and daughter stood upon the doorsteps, when they rung the bell at that house, for the hand that rung the bell touched the cispe. which deuoted death within. The door was opened by Irene Grey. Iiur face was white with grief tjll she saw who was there, then a flush canio upon it. She did not speak, but sho opened tho door for them toeuter, aud she poin ted to tho parlor. They went in, father and daughter, and tho next instant with a wild, siml horrowing shriek, Flora bent over the cofiiti which held all that was left of Charles Grey. The duy beforohe had died of delirum tremens. Shriek after shriek broke from the lips of Flora, as the full conviction came to her heart, and sho criod out iu the igony of her soul: "Ho loved me ! Ho loved me!" "Yes to his di nUi said his sister, stonily. Tlicn turning to Mr. Tinshop, she said in a low, solemn tone: "Murderer! Behold your victim ! You made him break his pledge, and there lie lies ! A widow s curjo is on your head. Ilia mother is on her ilenth-bed, heart-broken. I, soon to be an orphan, aud now brothcrless, through you, add my curse to hers. Take your child and go! William Tinshop could not tako his child alone from that room. She was a raving maniac and it took strong men to tear her from the coffin of the loved and lost She now raves in un asylum for tbe insane, anil her cries are curses, cimrn all the time upon the fell spirit of hum 111 Indiana, a husband, after a spree was led home by one of Lis friends who after posing him safely on the door-step rang the bell and retreated, somewhat hurriedly, to the other side of the street, to sse if it would he answered. Promptly the "port" was "ouverted," and the foud spouse, who had waited up for her truant husband, beheld him in all hit toddiucss "Why, Walter, is this you." "Yes, in) dear." "What in the world has kept you snl" "Been out on a little turn with 'cr boys my d-d-darling." "Why Walter, you'er intoxicated." "Yes, dear; I estimate that's so." "What on earth made you get wJrunkt And why oh, why do you eouio to me in this dreadful state!" "Because, my darling, all th'olher pla ces are shut up!" A good walker. The Savannah Xrir says that Frank Wright has arrived iu New York, having walked from Flor ence, S. C, to Wilmington, N. C, a dis tance of one huudrod and eight miles, in four davs. Mr. Wright was a mem ber of the Holland. Dramatic' Company, Tll8 won)lin nnu ..compoundeth a pud but the seusot being short and salary ding iilence" has sent us a receipt fr small, he found himself with a depleted pcrserving her temper. There is nought exchequer. At Wilmington he was for- warded to Now York by tbe British Consul At last account the iconic ar tist was still walking. Some ono "who knows how it is himself' says: courtship is bliss, but matrimony is blister. Aii Editor's Stolen Past. A g ) si st iry is tol l on an editor re siding in Harrisonburg, Pennsylvania, who lost his pass on tlia railroad, and requested tho officers to securo tho ar rest of any man who should present it. The next day he found it iu the pocket of his Sunday trousers, and proceeded to take a trip upon it. As soon as be offered it to the conductor that faithful officer knocked him on tho head with his list called threo brnke mau and tho bagago master; dragged him ih spiti) his frantic struggles along tho floor; into a baggage car where a brakemau srit ou him w hilo thn conduc tor battered hiin up a lot to keep biui quiet; and then tlmy searched him to see what other thefts ho bad been perpe tinting. With tho exception of a ticket to tho cirsns, tha man had upon his person absolutely nothing but railroad passes. Ho bad passes over all the main roads and branch lilies nnd feeders and sidings in tho Stato of Pennsylvania. Ho had tree passes in Eastern, Southern, middle and Western States, and four in territories. He had a pass over a rail road from Yeddo to Yokohama, and an other from Caleutterto Bengal. He hud a letter promising him oue on a new road which is proposed in Terra Del I'uego, and a manuscript puff which be had written for a man who had assured j him he should havo a pass over the road which the man said he was about I to run under tho Mediterranean from Africa to Italy, as soon as it was built. Tho condiietor concluded he had caught the greatest pass kleptomaniac the world ever saw. lint when ho got back to Harrisonburg the affair was explained and our diseiplo of tho quill went on an other excursion. Tho wickedness of the world is rast finding out. The "Inhlo talker" of the Chicago Post tells a fiery concerning soino Alabama voutlis that ulmost makes us iccept the ductriuo of total depravity. Tliu tulo is a sad iino for Sclma, but here it h : It appears that twelve young men (if thul city swore off on New Years day, 1871, nnd agreed to deposit with one of their nu mlier, ou the first day of each uionth, $IU cucli, tlio total to be divided anion!' the iiicinhcrs of tho association who, on tho tir.-t of January, 1S7J, should provo they hud been faithful to their pledge. One by nno the innmhers back slid and yielded to tlio liquid temptation, until only a single individual was left, at noon on -ew icars day wns to receivo 1,500. This Aldiel, faithful found among the faithless, proceeded to the ren dezvous i.t the appointed hour. Ho waited until ten minutes after noon, and then thought liu would run into tho saloon next door nnd get a nip. lie had just swallowed it when ten of tho other mem bers entered to tako their noon day angos- tura, nnd ho found to his horror that his watch was twenty minutes fast, nnd the money was lost, Tho eleven, therefore, proceeded 1 1 tlio residenco of the treasurer snd found that he had lo.-t all tho money iving draw-poker with ono of t''e church trustees. Inc sad occurrence lias cast a loom over the whole cnniinuuity. "Sarah, have liny of those mischievous children been playing with the piano while I have been out of town? Some of the keys won't strike at all." Sarah "Please, mum, I know nothink about it leastwise, Master Tom said there was something wrong with it, which hu was sure there was a mouse in it. So he got Joo to hold up tho cover, while ho put tho dog aud cat into it; but instead of catchin' the mouse, mum, they took to fightin,' and did rnako such a funny noiso in among tho wires so, maybe, mum, the mouse is in there still, mum." -a4 It. will be to your interest to read tho following: A frnnud who quotes the authority o a cautious physician says that people who coaut handbills, should not touch the finger on tho tongue, as is tho com mon practice.as tho bills coming from tho east where smallpox prevails, are liable tube infected. Those who don't handle much of the filthy lucre like ed itors, for instance can now console themselves with the thought that they don't stand in each danger of being in oculated with the smallpox. - Kt4 "Chir-'. T love but thee alone." Thus sighed the tender youth. "O, hear me, then, my pas.iion own, with trembling lips and earnest tone. Indeed I speak tho truth." He paused, the blush over spread her cheek; she let him draw her near; scarce for emotion could she speak; yet did she ask, in ncccnts meek, "how much do yon havo a year?" Ha! '! A re sister Sal ami Nance resources, pal" "No, my son, why do you ask that (juestinii V "Because I heard uncle Josh say if you would only husband your re sources you would get along a great deal better thanyoud o, that's all, pa." Pa plun ges into a state of intense reflection. A celebrated wit, speaking of his stay at a hotel, observed: "I called for a bot tle of wine that my landlord might live. I abstained from drinking it that I might live too."' 8o desirable as a candid disposition Daylight is crowding the darkness back a the rate of two minutes in every twenty-four hours. Query: Can a little called a crisis girl Keeping bo iVO. 13. 1872 Might Scruggs. FALL AND WINTER STOCK I We nvo received and wnnt to sell Complete Stock of Menhanilise, at prices to suit tlio times. You can buy uf us, I Domestics, i Tickings. Drilling, Natinetts, Cassimr-rrs, Linse-vs, ALPACCAS, DELAINES, Flannels, ass'td colors, Jeans. Wankers, Shawls, .Breakfast Capes BOOTS SHOES;; Coffee, Salt, Iron, Nails. Qucensware, illlU -U1 1W.V Uf A I.I. lv IV IIS I 1 'A'l'Tm'n in ... ...... Wo make a specialty of MA KB WARE.!:,; And inten d keeping on hand to suit Buj ers all kinds of Mechanics' Tools, JJuildinp; linrdwnrc, Cutlery of all kinds and everything in this line, and will sell them as low as they can be bought and brought hero. PRODUCE. Wo will buy your Whent, your Corn your Oats, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Dried Fruit, Pea. &. HKillT & SCKUGGS. Emigrants and Travellers. SAVE YOUR MONEY Ifyoiiitri' jminntoMpniphir., I.itt.i Hock, Tine HI ult', New th-N-itns, (iiilvf'nt'in, 'IVv.y, or finy jmiiit on the Miff-Hi-ipD1, ltd. or WkunMH Kiv I'tM. or to St. It.juiy, KsuiMt City , i . Joiu-pli, Omuliti. or niiy point Wot or Northwest, be cer tain iiml buy yuiirtickotH via SI. Louis, 31mfhis, Nashville and Chattanooga Great Through Line. Trniiinrtin through from Cliuttanoogrt to Mem piiin, Toni.,, ami ColumbiiH, Ky., Without Change of Cars, There foro .nuking Ouhj One Chniujt Jitlvrtn L'hufluntog j and St. Lou U. Tlii is tb xliort an I quick route West and Nurlhwi'ist, bt'in IVum 28 TO 100 MILES SIIOK TEH an bvth any other rout. And riiml, if not lu t ter timn any Line to Tc.xuh, ArkauitUfi ami the Mir(iHhipni river. hniiLTfintH hy thin route will not bo put in nox Cars which have no tires, scats or comforts of I eier gnlteu toetiier lor tht dii-ea.ifs for which any kind ; hut will havo excellent l'asstnjrer I it if vei'iniiiuiinded. 1 have I. ecu familiar with ears, thorouahly healed and well ventilated. the priM'riitioii hoih as a praclicinner of inedi Henieiiihcr this and cive us a trial and see if we i cine and in tloineMic riructii e, and can honestly do not do ns we oronosc. Kates of Emigrants are as follows : Knos ville to .Memphis tllf.flO ' Little Kock M.wi " ft. i.uiiic, (It.iil) " " (I'.lver) !7.:;o " Kansas City, (Itiver) 'il .M " ' " (liail) ai.a.'i j " tt. Joseph, " SI. IIS " " (I'.iver) I! 7. US " Omaha, " MM ' " (Hail) :i7.:i5 , " Pan Francisco, (Hail) .. . . 1 U.lt.'i i " ' ; River) Ilt).:t5 " Kansas City, all River,... . 2I.SS rasstntrs snd K:uii;raiits hy this Line from Chiittniioocja have choice of ;i ilill.irent Routes to the West and Northwest, as follows : Via I'niun City, Hickman or Louisville, tnercforo giving ti superior advantages overall other Routes. Trains run to and from Chattanooga, as follows : leave. anr.iYK 1.10a. m. Sundays Excepted. 4.39 a. ra .00 p. tn. Daily, 7.10 p. in All passengers art entitled to 100 aovnds tmi;-e-:t,-e, which will ho handled with cart free uf charge. For further information address Agents of this Liuc nt the following places : R. M. Hook, Chattanooga, Tennessee. II. C. Rose, " " L. L. thimcnt, Cleveland, " II. W. Renlrj, Loud in, " W. J. Taylor, Murristnwn, " G. M. tlarrill, Knoxville, " For Quick Timo and Sure Connec tions don't forgot to buy your Tickets of the .St. Lout's, Memphis, Kashrille and L'hatla w)ija (Jivtit Throwh Line. JOHN V. THOMAS, Oeu'l Superiutendcnt W. L. DANLEY, Oen'l 1'. A T. Agont. jLcttcr-IIcads Neatly printed :it te Enterprise1 Office n n. it. Itiuhvii v' ItcitUy Iteliei Cures the worst :lii IS I'lt'iM N t: in TV. K.M T MINUTE? .V.I fin It.cr AVer rrn-lini; thii adfeitme rr'iii in r I any nn .uiier a uh ;tiu, r.Al.ttAlS UI'.Ai'Y till 111! i, i;rs frt r.v j-Jl. It - l'ie liist ant it Tlil' ON1.V PAIN REMED'. l it iiMvitl , "li..iruf HiuM t icntt'iadn allay iitMntnriHti'iin. nn-l tun" condition. wht-tlitT or' tht I 'm-. Moh.ncti, MouvU, or ti ;! u. i "r ormm, l.y niic jutritiMti .o. In from ONE to' TWENTY minutes. no m itttT how violent rr Mtrut.i-.ti,iri Iht pal I be Ulieunmtic. f J-ril itn. Infirm, LriitpUJ, N'r.MiH, Neuralgic, or prutttnittii ftith U. .'... tuajr lutler, RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF w ill utbiiii iu:!iiit t-mo. Inflaniuiatiim ut the kilrir.n, Inriittnuiatlon of tlit Illaildtr. Ini!inumti..a tf lh tunrls. ( onri'"iii n f (ha Lungs. .Sort Throat, liiiacull .'rvathiug, IVi.il. hi. ,n t f ti t Ilcart. Hysterics, Croup, l)ij thcria. Catarrh, luUuama. iii.. menu, loomaclit. Nturalgia, Khtumatlia The application uf Hit Readv Molief to tht parlor parts whert the p!u or UiiHcultv txistt will alford ease and oiul.nl. Twenty drops in half a tmabiir uf water will in a ftw iiniiiitnu curt I'mniti, Spasms, Sour Seoiuni'li, lino tl.urn, .uiik lli a.liiclit, liiarrh.a, O.VM'Uti.iy, Colic, ind iu tue huwcln, aad all' inipriml paiux. Tnnrlirs slmul 1 alwms cirry a hu:r!t o.' Kiiilnav's Kiady l:eii,.f with iheui. A fair drops ia wati r will prun-nt i: attest or pains fn ia cliancn uf t utor. I) i 1 i ,i, r lima Fvsuta lii'nutlv or Hitlers as a htiiuuluiii. FEVER AND AuL'E. Fever and Aae cured for 'U cents. Thert ia not a remedial m;i'nt in 1 1,; Kuri l Cat will curt Finer and Ayna. Kiel ail uCo-r .Mal.in.,;s, II. Hi oils. Scarlet, 'I 'vpliuel. eilnw, and i,;l er I'cvti , (aided hy llmlwiu I'il'n) n .niA as IIuJh ,. ' Hcvly Krliri'. Fifty c.-nis pc Health ! Beauty ! ! .Strong and u ru rich blwul - i:n i e.i.a of flash mid weiirlit Clear skin and Leiimilul compiii ion necurt"l to all. Ml. It.U'WAV'S .StrsHLariiliaii r.i-uhci.l has iniiile lb iiuiHt ittMiiisliiii ciiit-s. N quick, so rapid are the Ji hiomi s tho li.lv undcruea, nu Km the in'liooi :i. . I' tl.U truly w.ui I.Tlul me dicine, that eer.v diy su ineiui e iu tliah nnd wnihi is seen and felt . TIIK I1RKAT lil.lii'l) I'CliiriKlt. Ererr drop of the Sai s'ipari'jian Hesolveiit communi cates thri.uh the lil.Mi-, sweat, trine, and oih er tluiils inn! juices of tho system the viyor of life, fur il repairs tho wastes cf the tody with ne w u ii 1 eiuud material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Cousin, i ti'jii, til.ui. hilar Pisrnses. L'lctra ia the thruat sud ire. nth, Tumors. Nodes iu Hit glaii'h; aul other parts of the system, 8cit F.yen, Sti iuiioi-uiis eischarf;cs flora the ears aad the wurst fnniis of Skin diseases, Eruptions. Ft ver Sores, Scald llta l, Hing Worm, Salt Khruru, F.r.vripehiH, Arnt, liliick Spots, Worms in the rieslt, Tumors, Cancers in the Wninh, and all wi'iiU'iiing and painful did'haix"". N i U Sweao, lais uf Sperm, and all wimten of Iht tit's principle, are within tlio enrativt ranee of Ibis wonder uf umdem chemistry, and a few .lays' uii will pn, ,e In iinv eui-oon uninu it for iilicr uf tlic-ti. fi.iuis of iliji-Hne, itd puient tow el- to cure ihciu. If the patient, daily becoming reduced by tht wastes, nnd ili'Cuiiipi.sitioii that is continually proj:n.M.iaK, Hitccciilr. iu niresiin t!nse wastes, ami ri'Miirs the smile with new material nudi, Mom healthy blmi I and this the arsapaiilliuu will and il'.es ecriiie :i ciiio is certain; lor when niice this remedy cniniiienuei il wor'( of puritli'atiiiii, and succeeds in dimiuii.iiu tliu lorn ut wastes, its repairs will be rapid, nnd ev eryday tliu pntieel will leel himself triowui heller and slinli'.-r, Ihu f.i.,d ui 'rs.iii - l.ctltr. II inciemiii;; aul llich an I weight in- crensiii! Not only 'h i'rt the SitrsiipitriUi iii KeH.lvM.t es tfl tit l.iimtn rt uK-'Httl mrcurh in the nuu of l 'hi'oiiic, i-'ornhiln.iH, ( 'on-,;itiiiii)iiiil Mid M( in lipTiucri, '-ut it it tho only pt.ititt curt ot K'ui ney und i'i:it'i r mniphiiiitft. I linnry m-A Y.mtb lUf its'-s, tirtivei, hi-ihi'tin, lrujjny, Stopong of Wtttir. Inrnntiiti'Ui-u of I lint', ilrihi' iJi.ram', Alhiiiuiuuntt, iiti'l in till oincs where thero ur brick-dust tlepM-siii t.rth.e wi.hr in thick, cloudy, iiiim1 with !iiti.-tiin v? l:k Hip white of nn ezir. thiTit ls like while Hk, or lln-re in a mui ti-j. k, hilh'iis ui'T eunito-e, rnd white bnnf-dit flepiitu, ami when there h a priekinjr, lairniiij; ftenisiilion hnt :t.-riii wu.cr, nnd puiu iu the ttinatl i the b;ifk itn-l ung thu khit. Or. l.ud way's lVrfeet I'lirptivo J'illi PertVctly titfle-irt, elejj,inlly touted with oweet (iiini, puve, veuliile, puritv, cU'tiMr'e and wstj'onst hen . Kntl wuy 'n ii Tin, for tho cure of all dirtoi'ii-rn of the Stoiiuirb, I.tvir, Uowelw, Kid- . neyM, lHii'HiT, .Nervonn Itispiuef, Ilwii'hudie, I 'ontipntion, Cntivrnes!, iMtliu'fiion, )Kep- Mift, HiIIhUM.PN. Ii 1 OltH Kcfl'H. Illfhl'MMifl'tinn of i the Itoweln, I'ilet, nnd all ileraiicinentu of the ' laternrtl VUeera. Wurrunted u elUct a poui I tive cure. Purely Ve-j;pt:tlilet ruiitniuiii no i nifivnry miner-iU ir dttleterhuiH druirN. SfifJ" bs rre the tollowin cpui) toitt.s, n-rmU- iu$ tiMii 1 t 'k-rni.f the In.-vt-tivo ib'eins: t m5tl pat iuii. Inward Pile, Ku!lm" tf t'te Blood in thy Heail, Aid lity of tht- S'.omach, Nau-cri. IInrt'urn, hirtuvt of I'ood, inl : rici or Weight iu the Stwit'.M'h, S.ur Knicl.-n kuis, Siiik ing or Fluttering at the I'it ufthu itoumcl;. A few tloneu of Khdway'fl will fre th HyntPin t'tom all the uht e n.nn.'d iliufdei l'liee, Si, centrf per It ."is . SM ly I'vu-jihi'. I'n'ad " Ktilf-n nnd True." Scud hhh letter stmiip In U'ltlway St I'o., Nt. ii Mii- ti i.rujft, NrwVoik. lultMUnUiuii woiih t'iinisa nl will be Bent yuu. j -; 7 1 -1 IT LKADS 10 llAPl'l.NLSS A. Iloun to tho Whole Ja-o 1 Woiima ! DR. J- BRADFIELD'S IT WII.I, In inir on tho wenncs ; relievo all yula nt the inenllily " 1'erind ;'' euro Khenina tii.m nnd Neiirnliria of Haek and Herns: l.sn enrrluea or " Whites," and partial l'riilainina Uteri ; cheek exces.-ivt flow, and correct all ir regularities jieeiilinr tn ladies. It will reinovo all irritation of Kidneys snd l!lad.ier; relievo Cnatirvness ; pnrifv the lllnod ; girtime and Htreecth tn the whole s.vstf in ; vicar the nliin, impin linn a ros y hut In ttt cheek and cheerfulness to the mind. It is as nine a euro in all the ahovt diieastt as (famine is in t.'hills and r'eter. Lii lies can wire themselves of all the ahort diseases withuiit i uvenliiij; thuir riniidaiiils t nnv iniu. which is always inortiiying n tueir pride ftud uiodr.sty it in recommended hy the best physicians aad the elefjiv. IiAf!iiAiii:, fiA., Mnreh .'!, I70. lirinllhd.l & Co., Atlniila, (In. Hear Sirs : I t'liie iileiiitu iu staling that fVic used lor tht hint Inviity years the mediein" you are now j.ut lini' up, known ns I'r. .i. liriidllehl's Female lii-iMiIntrr. aii'l i-siiHiiler it the ist eouiiuniition say I lull I consider it a hism to siiffm in fo iniiles, and can hut hope that a very lady in our land, who may he sultrriug in any way miliar I to their si x, iiinv he ah'.e to procure a huile, that their siift'erings may not oniy i. relieved, hm that Ihey may he restnii d to health and strength. With" my 'kindest regards, verv respectful ly, W. Ii. I'KP.RELL, XI. D. Nkaii Maiukh a, (.Ia. March 21, 1HT0 Messrs. Win. Root J: Son. Iicor f irs : Sorat months a;:,) I hoiiglit u tottlo of Iii-adficld's Fo in.ilii lte"ulator Iroin vou, and havo used it ia tuy lnniily with the utmost satisfaction, aud have recommended il to three other families.atid they have found it just what it in recommended. The feiua'.rs who have used your RKOL'LATUK are in perfect health, aud arc aide to attrnd to thou household unties, nnu we corniany recom mend it to the public. Yours respectfully. itcv. II. tt. JOM.nii.-s. We could add a thousand other certificates ; but we consider the above amply snflloioiil prouf of its virtue. All wo ask is a trial. For full narticulars, history of diseases aii'l certificates of its wonderful cures, the reader ia referred to the wrapper arouud tho hottlt. Manufactured and sold hy JltA Jb"IKJL.IJ V CO., Price I Jid. ATLANTA, OA. RnLl hy all Druggists. jiinti5,'"l-ly W. L. HARBISON, ATTOltNEY AT L'AW AND SOLICITOR IS C1IAXCE11Y, Sweetwater, Tenn. "TfILT. l'lt.U'TICK in the Counties of lonrnei Rhea, It Loudon, Roane. Hi-Mum, Mi ie" Ilriulley and I'olk, and in the C. K. Vuult and Supremo Court at Kuoxviile, Teau. dec21 "71 tf Rill-Ilca(l Keally printed at the office of the Sweet water K.ntajrrise.